The Eskimos, Stampeders, Lions and Bombers don't seem to understand that theory.
Let's wait and see how they all end up, compared to the first half bottom feeders. Then, I think you may want to re-think that statement.
He just needs to bang out a few good plays, pick up a winand get some confidenceback in his game.
His throws have seemed rushed, and with zero running game, everything falls back on him. Poor blocking =less time time to scan the field =rushed passes = over/under thrown or INT.
I'm no psychologist, butI think anyone who blows out theirknee, then spends a year in rehab would be jumpy for a while.A little confidence goes a long way.He's had a few good moments, and there has been some improvement, especially in the last game whenhe rolled out a few times andtook off for some yards. Those moments will go a long way tobring him back on track.
My hopes are high for a win this weekend. If they lose, my seats are prepaid for the rest of the season regardless of their record.
Agreed (Meow Mix ) . I seem to recall the Cats once upon a time giving up on another promising young QB who was going through a rough patch and winding up releasing him . Maybe (Seamack3) you've heard of him ? went by the name of Calvillo ? .
??? : Did you happen to see Torontos defense last season under STUBLER - because I can honestly say that I wasnt at all impressedwith it!
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Collaros finally has better OL protection most of the time and is getting used to his mostly-new receiving corps. He looked much more like the Zach from 2015 in that last game in Edmonton. Masoli makes a great back up but he`s number 2 on the depth chart for a reason!
Anthony C was younger and when he left he watched behind Tracy Ham for 3-4 years and learned the game. If Zac fails hear he is not backing anyone up elsewhere. He needs to roll out and make things happen, he is not a pocket passer. He is 0/10 in his last 10 starts, lets stop candy coating things for him.